I yap about stuff from 9 AM - 1 PM. I especially like to yap with YOU. So you should call up and yap with me. 414-799-1973.
... and I promise not to overuse the word "yap" when you call.
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I decided to get into radio when I was 16. It all started out when I was working at McDonald's and discovered I could hit on girls over the drive-through speaker.
... I was fired shortly after I made that discovery.
I call Greenfield home, so if you ever hear me make a wise crack about your area, know that it’s either
1.) in jest, and/or
2.) completely true.
But all joking aside, Milwaukee rocks!
You'll probably run into me taking my dog "Stoli" (and yes... he's named after the vodka) wasting away afternoons near Bradford Beach, and it's ok if you pet him... he won't bite.
Me on the other hand...
Neil Diamond's "Sweet Caroline" saw a surge in sales over the past week following the Boston Marathon bombings on April 15th. The track got a 597 percent boost, selling 19,000 copies last week, according to the Nielsen SoundScan as reported by the Associated Press. It sold 2,800 copies the week prior and totals 1.75 million in tracks sold.
Diamond's 1969 track, addressed to Caroline Kennedy, contains no mention of the Massachusetts city but is a favorite for the Boston Red Sox, who adopted the song as a Fenway Park regular over a decade ago. The New York Yankees, Los Angeles Dodgers, Toronto Raptors and other sports teams played "Sweet Caroline" at games following the bombings.